Tag Archives: classical music

Funeral March

There are compositions that you can recognize by the first chord. One of the most famous pieces of classical music – the Funeral March by Frederic Chopin – is one of them. You can hear sadness, desperation and melancholy in this music. Continue reading

If Bach Could Play the Accordion

There’s no doubt that Johann Sebastian Bach would have composed mainly for the accordion. But unluckily, he couldn’t, because he was born in a time when the accordion had not yet been invented, and as far as keyboards are concerned, he had to manage with the piano, organ and cembalo. However, not everything is lost: Jana Bezpalcová has prepared one of Bach’s minuets for us, so the baroque music can glimmer in a new light. Continue reading